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RE: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins Announcement

Jonathan and all:

I see the logo and such that you describe, but it's definitely in the
"background" of my display and it doesn't interfere with the text when I
print.  One of our technical people here confirms to me that you probably
need to set your printer to permit half-tones.  Of course things differ
with different workstations, but you may find that clicking on the Adobe
print button opens up a dialogue box with a "properties" button.  In the
properties window there may be an opportunity to allow half-tones or to
adjust the contrast.

Good luck!

-- Carl

On Thu, 29 Aug 2002, Lord, Jonathan wrote:

> And many LWW online journals through Ovid now feature a big, loud,
> obstructive LWW logo and copyright warning stamped smack in the middle of
> all pages of all PDF articles in selected journals.  The logo/warning
> readily interferes with the text and makes reading very difficult.
> Printing off a copy only worsesens the obstruction of the text. ASAIO
> Journal, Transplantation, Journal of Pediatric Hematology/Oncology, and
> Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology are a few examples.
> Jonathan Lord
> University of Virginia Health Sciences Library
> Phone: 434-924-0059  FAX 434-243-5873
> E-Mail: JonLord@Virginia.edu